Favorite Font:New Times Roman (for writing)
Favorite Place to Write:
In my head
Favorite Place to Read:
The couch of no return under the blanket of death. Seriously.
Best time of day to write:
The quiet time.
Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer is a Toronto-based writer with two published novels, Perfecting and The Nettle Spinner, and a short fiction collection, Way Up. Current on-line work can be accessed through her website: www.KathrynKuitenbrouwer.com. She has work forthcoming from Filter Literary Journal (edited by Tonaya Thompson), Riddle Fence, Fantagraphics (a Significant Objects anthology, 2012), The Walrus and Granta Magazine. Kuitenbrouwer teaches via The New York Times Knowledge Network and The University of Toronto, and advises in the MFA program at U Guelph. I am hoping to meet and exchange ideas and editorial with a broader audience of writers/readers.
Any manner of thing might inspire me, and always when I least expect it.
Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer's Manuscripts
Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer's Last Word
|Red Threads Meta-Conversation: what is Red Threads and how can we make it work better for you?||Conversation||5||3 years 45 weeks ago|
|Laikas 2: short fiction (teaser)||Chapter||0||3 years 45 weeks ago|
|But There’s A Family Resemblance||Chapter||1||3 years 45 weeks ago|
|Let The Family Cull Its Own (teaser)||Chapter||2||3 years 41 weeks ago|
|Laikas 2||Manuscript||11||3 years 41 weeks ago|
|Let The Family Cull Its Own||Manuscript||3||3 years 41 weeks ago|
|Literary vs. Commercial: The Great Divide||Conversation||12||3 years 40 weeks ago|
|A Philosophy of Marketing||Blog post||12||3 years 39 weeks ago|
|Care and Feeding of the Amish (teaser)||Chapter||11||3 years 37 weeks ago|
|Falling Down [Short Fiction]||Chapter||26||3 years 35 weeks ago|